The Dardanelles Strait is also a military fortress, so this Canakkale Military Museum displays some of the armaments of the time. Although it looks very simple now, it is also full of wisdom.
It is mainly to commemorate a war between Turkey and Britain that year. That war also laid the foundation of modern Turkey, so it is very important. The museum itself has also been restored, so you can take a good sightseeing!
The current Chanakkale Castle has been used as a military museum, showing and telling the world the cruel battle of Chanakkale during the First World War in 1915. The Gallipoli Peninsula is the resting place of the 500,000 soldiers who died in World War II and has been transformed into the Gallipoli Historical National Park. There are lush green hills and sunny beaches, as well as the turquoise and clear waters, providing a quiet place for the heroes who sleep here.
A small museum facing the Strait. The building is in the late Ottoman style. The exhibition hall displays pictures and weapons related to the Gallipoli Battle during World War I, as well as some rare war relics, including those caused by collisions in mid-air. Bullets held together. A replica of the mine-laying boat Nusrat, which is docked next to the museum, has been extremely brave in the channel. The day before the Allied forces were preparing to attack the strait, they used minesweepers to clean up the entire sea area. However, that night, the Nusrat could not contain some mines again, resulting in the sinking or severe damage of three Allied warships due to medium mines. .
The sea is clean and clear. Canakkale, I hope you can stay next time you come, and you will not regret it.
Preston_Dominguez: Fevzipasa Mh. 17100 Canakkale, Turkiye
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